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Resellers of Walt Disney World and Disneyland Resort theme park tickets are yet to pass on the price increases which came into force on Thursday, August 5.

As reported by TPT earlier this week, prices for most tickets (as well as parking) at Disney's US parks have been raised. However, while Disney's official websites are now selling tickets at the new prices, most resellers are still selling tickets at discounted prices that are still to be updated.

Disneyland has increased prices on its official website, with a 1-Day, 1-Park ticket now available for $76 for adults and $68 for children aged 3-9. However, online resellers Ares Travel and Get Away Today Vacations are both yet to adjust their prices, which offer small discounts on multi-day tickets.

The Walt Disney World website also lists increased prices, but again these are yet to be passed on to consumers by independent resellers. These include Undercover Tourist and Maple Leaf Tickets, which warns that consumers have a "last chance to buy at current pricing".

Walt Disney World's range of special tickets for UK visitors have also seen price rises, although tickets for visits in 2011 have seen no change. For those looking to visit in 2010, Undercover Tourist and Floridatix are still offering Disney's Ultimate Tickets (for 14 and 21 days) at a considerable discount (around 6% lower than the official website).

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